Island Homes That Will Make You Swoon
February is the perfect time for daydreaming about summer vacation, and these wistful Island homes are the perfect antidote to those winter blues. Whether it’s a farmhouse set in PEI’s rolling hills, a chic windswept house perched atop a cliff, or maybe a mariner house in downtown Charlottetown, these Island homes are sure to get you in the summer dreamin’ spirit!
When you want to live like a mariner in the heart of Charlottetown:
Harkening back to the 1880’s, this captain’s house feels anything but dated. Located just a few blocks from the coffee shops and restaurants of downtown Charlottetown, this century old townhouse is the chicest place on the block. See more photos here.
When proximity to the warm waters of the Northumberland Strait is an absolute must:
This dreamy oceanfront home combines stylish design with an incredible oceanfront view. Sitting atop the red cliffs of Prince Edward Island, this home is the stuff dreams are made of. See more photos here.
When you just want to get away from it all:
This house has it made. With all the comforts of an inner city condo (flat screen TV! electric fireplace!), this contemporary abode is perfect for those who want to get away without roughing it. See more photos here.
When you need a homebase for 13 of your closest friends:
This luxurious 7 bedroom home is as grand as the vistas it overlooks. And every one of its 60 windows has uninterrupted waterfront views. Centrally located in Stanhope, this home is a stones throw to beautiful Brackley Beach in the PEI National Park. See more photos here.
When you want to embrace your fantasy of farmhouse living in PEI’s rolling hills:
This charming century-old farmhouse is just a hop skip and a jump from clam digging in Victoria by the Sea or the hustle and bustle of Charlottetown. With more reading nooks and pastural views than you could ever dream of, this is a place where you could truly relax. See more photos here.
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